Grand Park Is Gifting Angelenos With 19 Illuminated Installations This Christmas

Looks like there’s some good to come from the ever-shortening daylight! 💡

Downtown’s Grand Park is amplifying its traditional decor with 19 interactive, illuminated installations. From December 1 to the 25 , a 12-acre experience will light up the city like never before! The month-long, immersive nighttime art-experience plans to celebrate light as the giver of warmth, a source of beauty, as well as a place to bring people together during the winter months.

The exhibit will include pieces like A Spark Of Light by Aphidoidea where guests will be able to control how the piece sparks and changes color with touch sensors, as well as The Wave Pendulum where Two Bit Circus will mesmerize you with a wall of dazzling LED lights.

Instead of traveling far to a suburban neighborhood to see holiday decor, Winter Glow is accessible and easy to find. The free event is offering festival goers the opportunity to gather together, despite traditions across cultures, to enjoy a holiday season and celebrate the wonder of art as it illuminates Downtown L.A.

Location: 200 N Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012. See it on Google maps.

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